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Chinese state media say Simon Cheng was detained in Shenzhen for soliciting prostitution. His detention comes after weeks of tension between the U.K. and China. Beijing has warned London not to "interfere" in its internal affairs by commenting on anti-extradition protests in Hong Kong.

The Hong Kong Special Tear Gas Region

The Hong Kong police officers launched too many teargas, they even shoot in metro station. Hong Kong is already in a civil war.

Former RFA Reporters Stand Trial in Cambodia, Charged With Espionage

Former RFA reporters Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin have acknowledged that they provided information to RFA after the news organization closed its Phnom Penh bureau two years ago. But they deny that the material they sent to RFA included “state secrets.”

Put Down Your Bloody Weapons !

China’s state-run media issued the warning to pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The demonstrations have been largely peaceful.

'Don’t Wake Them Up!'

Chinese authorities have strictly censored news about mass protests that have gripped Hong Kong for more than two months. The protests were triggered by a proposed amendment that would enable the extradition of anyone Beijing deems a criminal suspect to face trial in mainland courts.

‘We Should Not Consider China an Enemy’

Speakers at a recent forum in Hong Kong called for improved Sino-U.S.-relations.

‘Butcher of Beijing’ Meets Marx

Former Chinese premier Li Peng gained notoriety for his leading role in the massacre of student-led protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in 1989. He died Monday at age 90.

‘We See Nothing’

Police make no arrests after pro-China thugs attack passengers at a Hong Kong train station.

Evil is OK

Google confirmed at a Senate hearing this week that it had killed a controversial plan for a censored search engine in China. The announcement came after President Trump said the U.S. government would look into national security concerns related to Google’s ties to China.

Xi Wins Support of Dictators for Mass Detentions of Uyghurs

22 countries signed a letter condemning abuses in northwest China’s Xinjiang region, while 37 countries signed a separate letter supporting China’s actions. Chinese authorities are believed to have held up to 1.5 million Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in internment camps in the region.

“One Small Step for Me”

Trump becomes the first U.S. president to set foot in North Korea, 50 years after Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.

China Hosts Taliban Delegation

The two sides discussed counterterrorism issues and the peace process in Afghanistan.

‘It’s a Year’s Supply’

Chinese navy personnel stock up on baby formula while docked in Australia. Worried Chinese parents often stock up on infant formula from overseas after tainted products made in China led to sickness and even death among Chinese babies, in a major scandal.

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